It’s been awhile since we’ve done one of these posts, but that’s not necessarily a bad thing since it forces me to share only the best recipes we’ve tried lately. The first one is for omnivores, but all the rest are solidly vegetarian (and even vegan in some instances).
This was a delicious, easy, summery Cajun dish. We cooked ours on the grill.
This recipe was not the fastest to put together, but it does have fun fall flavors. It was our first time using tempeh, I may sub tofu in the recipe in the future.
It was a little difficult to find the jackfruit, but we finally found some at Whole Foods. (Sprouts supposedly sells it, but we were unable to find it at our local store.) It really was a pretty good dupe for pulled pork.
This was one of those dinners I made with trepidation. I was sure the kids would hate it and was worried it would be too healthy to be delicious. We were pleasantly surprised when everyone dug into their bowls and loved it. I think I will make rice like this all the time.
This apple fritter cake from King Arthur flour was such a delicious fall treat. We highly recommend you make one while it is still fall.